When reading various polls online i tend to see this growing trend of Christianity potentially seeing an exodus of believers. However it also seems that much of this decrease is connected to the dying of older generations that make up the bulk of young earth creationist. While YEC is seemingly dying out and generation z (1997-present ) is doubling and more im atheism it seems that in a few generations the majority of
Christians will potentially be evolutionary creationist. It also seems that each generation is more and more liberal. After all democrats seem to keep winning the popular vote.
So in a few generations I feel like the majority of Christians will be more liberal leaning and will be more accepting of science. Atheism will no longer be able to piggyback off of mocking Christians by pretending we are all YECers. So it seems at this point the contention will be with atheists over something different than scientific issues and possibly be more over humanistic philosophy versus the philosophical teachings of Christ and his apostles. I think we will also have to focus more on issues concerning new forms of spirituality and faiths like Islam that will also be undergoing similar changes towards more liberal influences and merging their faith with science as well.
So my speculative question is focused on what will be the possibly areas of contention between Christians and those who reject Christ in a few more generations when the argument may not be so much around the current social
Stigmas and young earth creationism. What do we think will be our great great grandkids battles of the faith and what are some of the ways we can use wisdom now to start prepping future generations by leaving behind examples and writings now until then.